Everything you need to know about Take Me Home and how to watch

Take me Home is an inspiring program about the joy of rescue dogs.

This gripping new series follows the work of Sue Hedley – founder of the animal rescue organization SAFE Inc (Saving Animals From Euthanasia) – and the incredible work she does to give these animals a second chance.

In an exclusive interview with 9Entertainment, Sue revealed what she’s thrilled viewers are seeing in Take me Home.

“The compassion shown by all the foster families, the number of people willing to open their hearts and their homes, to take animals, to love them and to let them go. And I think that’s a very big message,” she said.

“And without all these amazing foster families, the animals would perish, they wouldn’t have anywhere to stay.”

Take Me Home is an inspiring program about the joy of rescue dogs. (Nine)

Here’s everything you need to know about the new series:

What is Take me Home in regards to?

Take me Home is a six-part series about how SAFE Inc uses an innovative foster care model to rescue homeless animals.

In each episode, three animals are cared for by SAFE and viewers will see the team work tirelessly to save the lives of dogs and other pets that are lost and forgotten, unloved and unwanted, and often abandoned by owners. insensitive.

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Meet the team behind Take Me Home. (Nine)

“It really gives you a glimpse of what we do on a daily basis to take in animals from various places, get them to do their vet work and find foster families for them,” Sue Hedley told 9Entertainment.

And it is by no means an easy process.

“It’s a big operation. And some people have no idea how complex it is,” Sue said.

Take me Home is a real eye-opener about the lengths people like Sue will go to to give animals another chance to love.

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The heartwarming new series gives animals a second chance at love. (Nine)

Where is Take me Home filmed?

Take me Home is filmed in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

When and where can I watch Take me Home?

Take me Home premieres Friday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. on 9Gem and 9Now.

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See what it takes to get dogs moving from alleys to backyards. (Nine)

How can I help or get involved?

You can help by sponsoring, adopting, donating or volunteering.

Click here if you want to know how you can help these animals.

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